- Botanical Name: Myrocarpus frondosus
- CAS No.: 68188-03-4
- EC No.: 294-496-8
- Flash Point (°C): 75
- Refractive Index: 1.4730 to 1.4890 at 20°C
- Specific Gravity: 0.8800 to 0.8930 at 25 °C
- Color: Pale yellow liquid
- Solubility: Soluble in alcohol & organic solvents, insoluble in water
Cabreuva is a specific kind of tree found primarily in Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, growing to 50 feet height with very hard wood. It yields a balsam when the tree trunk is damaged.
The essential oil is distilled by steam distillation from wood chippings, waste from the timber mills, and balsam.
Oil is a pale yellow viscous liquid with a sweet woody floral odor.
The important properties of this essential oil are it is a great emollient, It works to prevent oxidation, helps to relieve swellings, antimicrobial and it helps to calm the mind and nervous system.
Sweet woody floral odor.
Nerolidol, Farnesol and bisabolol.
~ Cabreuva Essential Oil is not popular oil, but it is very beneficial. It should be used regularly to achieve the best results.
~ Dilution of Cabreuva Essential Oil is very essential and this can be done by using carrier oils such as olive oil, Coconut oil, Jojoba oil, and almond oils.
~ The diluted oil can be used as an Anti-inflammatory, Moisturizing agent, Antimicrobial agent, Expectorant, and Antibacterial.
~ This oil is used in formulating a number of industrial fragrances for Soaps, Detergents, Toiletries, and Cosmetics, etc.
The essential oil is used to treat seasonal cough and cold by taking its vapor/inhalation. Oil can be used to treat scars and blemishes, Acne, Wounds and Cuts, arthritis rheumatoid, and osteoarthritis.
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